- This young evildoer used to have an evil heart, but by meeting a special person, he discovered justice.
- What is better? To be born good or to overcome your evil nature through great effort?
I favor champions based on their lore moreso than their gameplay. For me, the best part of a game is the intricate fantasies the writers create because of the life and body they give to the characters.
The Sentinel's Sorrow
I really liked his role as a magic resistance based tank is very unique, especially with his passive allowing him to deal a notable amount of damage from magic resistance alone. With his diverse utility and game-changing ultimate, he is extremely enjoyable to play because of the strong influence he retains throughout the game.
His background is the pinnacle of self-actualization. Having overcome so much grief after his master's passing, he represents those who search for purpose in life after experiencing tremendous failure. During his judgment, he enters a shell but leaves as an individual thanks to the guidance from a compassionate summoner. His search for identity is something I can intimately relate with and is why he is by far my favorite champion.
The Void Walker
The concept of an ultimate with a low cooldown always intrigued me. As a person who favors consistent gameplay as opposed to the erratic gameplay summoner spells and typical ultimates promote, I found Kassadin a perfect fit. Long before his recent hype, I played him because he promoted safe gameplay with his weak early game and rewarded prudence by snowballing into a solid late-game thanks to his extremely versatile mobility. To me, Kassadin is the definition of consistency in a caster.
Kassadin is the unsung hero of the league. After Icathia scarred him, he is both blessed and cursed with this knowledge that the void has forced upon him. While those around him attend to their daily lives, enjoying what lfe has to offer, he is constantly fighting against a greater power. He is shouldered with an immense burden but because of its abstract nature, his cause is essentially alone. I really like Kassadin for this selfless quality because he's willing to undergo such a thankless task for the good of Valoran.
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